Do you and your team enjoy remote meetings?
If you're anything like us at GoSquared, during lockdown you've been having too many meetings, most of them have been ending without a clear conclusion, and often waste a lot of attendee's time.
Don't worry, you're not alone.
Having run hundreds of meetings over the years, many of them during lockdown and fully remote, we've picked up a bunch of key techniques and simple methods for ensuring meetings run well every time.
I just shared a new video on YouTube (it's part of my goal for this year to get better at video as a medium!) – it's all about how to run a remote meeting.
My goal with this video is to give you the best chance of upping your game with remote meetings and a framework for running meetings on time, with a clear agenda, and with solid outcomes.
In this video you'll (hopefully) learn:
- How to prepare ahead of time to set your team up for success.
- What makes a good meeting agenda.
- Why you need a meeting owner.
- How to follow up after a meeting to ensure everyone's on the same page.
I truly hope this helps you out, and if you have other suggestions for running good remote meetings, I want to hear them!
If you find this post and video helpful, you might also want to read about how we do silent meetings – they're not for everyone, but I highly recommend giving them a go as an experiment!